Archive: 2017
  • December

    USACE Organizational Chart

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has more than 37,000 dedicated civilians and soldiers serving in
  • Let the Dredging Begin

    In the last two months, the Charleston District announced the award of the two construction
  • Gratifying Experiences

    Three Charleston District employees voluntarily deployed together for 28 days to Puerto Rico in
  • Pierce Terrace Elementary Groundbreaking

    “Hurry up and dig” was the most memorable line from the original song performed by eager first
  • Permitting for Oysters

    Oyster season in the Lowcountry means one thing, lots of oyster roasts and eating lots of oysters.
  • Affirmative Action Award

    Congratulations to Jessica Byrd, Charleston District’s Equal Employment Opportunity Officer, for
  • Coleslaw is Just a Method

    This story is part one of a three part series on highlighting learning from the private sector in
  • Entering through the Castle Doors!

    Writing and editing have been a huge part of my life for the past 11 years. As a College of
  • Mission: Critical Recovery

    A hurricane hits. A flood rushes in. The skies return to normal. Recovery begins. In the last three
  • Simply Supporting Nature

    What are your options if you want a farm but you only own a quarter of an acre of land? You could go
  • FY17 at a Glance

    The Charleston District had another record breaking year. Take a look at these infographics to see
  • August

    Summer at St. Stephen

    Although the Charleston District does not have an "official" USACE recreation site, the Cooper River
  • 70 Years Young

    If you have been to the St. Stephen Powerhouse, you have met Leroy Pinckney. "Leroy is very
  • Ready to Respond

    ne of the biggest persuasion points for recruiting employees to a federal career is the promise of
  • Interview with Brig. Gen. Diana Holland

    On July 18th, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Atlantic Division held its Change of Command
  • Fort Jackson Celebrates 100 Years

    On June 2, 1917, Congress approved the creation of Camp Jackson as a training center to be located
  • 87th Change of Command

    On July 14th, Lt. Col. Jeffrey Palazzini assumed command of the Charleston District. Palazzini comes
  • Interstate 73 Permit Issued

    After 26 years, two environmental impact statements, several re-evaluations, thousands of public
  • Myrtle Beach Renourishment Project Begins

    Bulldozers and pipes are among the visitors to the Grand Strand this summer. But just as other
  • Rep. Garret Graves Visits Charleston

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District recently had the privilege of spending some